Turkey’s President Abdullah Gul told journalists on his way back from Turkmenistan that Turkey constantly maintains ties with Armenian
Asked whether there are any hopes for overcoming the current stalemate with Armenia, Gul said: “I have announced in parliament and repeat once again that the current situation is in none of the parties’ interests. Should the problems and doubts be resolved, there’ll be chances for large-scale cooperation and a boom in South Caucasus within a short period. This is a very good beginning which was marked by my letter,” Turkish leader said, adding that the process is not dead.
As to whether the Turkish President will come forward with a new initiative, Gul said the process is underway. According to him, steps have been taken to solve the problems in the South Caucasus. The Turkish president said he ordered instructions to relevant agencies on the matter. “We are in close contact with Sarkisian, Aliyev, Putin and Medvedev. The problem remains urgent,” Gul said, stressing that the Armenia-Turkey normalization process is not frozen.

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